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City commission recognizes outstanding Coffee County 4-H members

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 (L to R): Mr. Kevin Tatum (County Extension Coordinator), Alexandra Rivero, Ishika Sadarangani, Amelia Crockett, Savannah Cothern, T.K. McIver, Micheal Woods, Evie Woodward, Kyya Johnson, Mrs. Chalanda Woods (AmeriCorps Member), and Mayor Tony Paulk.      Submitted photo (L to R): Mr. Kevin Tatum (County Extension Coordinator), Alexandra Rivero, Ishika Sadarangani, Amelia Crockett, Savannah Cothern, T.K. McIver, Micheal Woods, Evie Woodward, Kyya Johnson, Mrs. Chalanda Woods (AmeriCorps Member), and Mayor Tony Paulk.

At the City Commission meeting held on Monday, Mach 26, 2018, Mayor Tony Paulk and the City Commission recognized the Coffee County 4-H Youth who have exhibited excellent leadership skills while representing Douglas and Coffee County on several levels within the Georgia 4-H program.

Currently, TK McIver, Willie Spence, Amelia Crockett, Alexandra Rivero, and Ishika Sandarangani are serving out their terms on the 2017-2018 4-H Southeast District Board of Directors, as well as, Evie Woodward who is serving out her term on the 2017-2018 4-H State Board of Directors.

In February 2018, Coffee County 4-H’ers traveled to Rock Eagle, and competed against approximately 740 other members. Six individuals of those competing from Coffee County will move on to compete at the state level: Abby Hamilton, Michael Woods, Jr., Evie Woodward, Savannah Cothern, Kyya Johnson, and Thomas McIver.

Congratulations to these outstanding young people representing Douglas and Coffee County throughout Georgia!

 

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